The programme is now confirmed for our AGM & Seminar 2013! We have a great line-up of presentations from Casalini, Iberoamericana, and Digitalia discussing the supply of e-books. We’ll also have speakers covering e-book acquisition and reader behaviour in the digital world. Take a look at our Events page for full details and the registration form. We look forward to seeing you on 18 June!
Many thanks to Agata Lulkowska, photographer, filmmaker, and Researcher of Indigenous Cultures of Colombia at Birkbeck, for continuing our blog with a great piece and some wonderful photographs from the Sierra Nevada. Take a look!
Many thanks to all who attended our seminar at the Instituto Cervantes on Thursday 18th April. It was a great success, and we all found the mix of presentations from the perspectives of researchers, students, publishers, translators and librarians to be a positive and informative experience. A full report of the session will be available on website shortly. We look forward to the seminar on Latin American fiction, details tbc later this year!
Interested in attending our upcoming fiction seminar, but too busy to spend the whole day? We’re very pleased to offer a conference-only fee of just £10 for up to two sessions (lunch not included).
Join us for talks by Peter Bush, Stuart Davis, Juan Angel Juaristo, Daniela Omlor, Jennifer Rodríguez and Frank Lough, as well as discussions with librarians, publishers and translators. It promises to be a great day!
We’re pleased to announce that the ACLAIIR blog is now up and running! Many thanks to Rocío Rødtjer (KCL) for starting us off with a great piece on the current exhibition at the BNE, El despertar de la escritura femenina en lengua castellana.
If you’re interested in writing a piece for the blog, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Registration for this one-day seminar is now open! Join us for an overview of recent trends in Spanish fiction, and find out about current research in the field. There will also be discussions on collecting fiction from Spain in UK libraries, and the landscape of the UK market for Spanish fiction. See our Events page for the full programme and registration form.
Would you like to write a piece for the new ACLAIIR blog? We’re looking for contributors for our new blog, due to launch later this month. Our aim is to share information about the world of research and libraries. We’re interested in your stories about research trips, libraries at home and abroad, Hispanic books and resources, bookshops, exhibitions, cultural events and more.
If you’d like to become an ACLAIIR blogger or would like some more information, please email the website editor.